HC Deb 13 August 1913 vol 56 c2496

asked the President of the Board of Education if, though the Trefdraeth Church school has been conducted by a master since 1857, a mistress has now been appointed by the Anglesey education authority against the wishes of the managers; why the education authority appoint masters in the council school in the same parish, although there is in that school a smaller roll and average attendance than in the Church school; and if it is the settled policy of that authority to appoint masters to council schools and mistresses to Church schools?


In this case a formal appeal has recently been made to the Board by the managers under Sub-section (3) of Section 7 of the Education Act, 1902. The Board have forwarded to the managers the reply of the local education authority to their appeal, and have invited the observations of the managers thereon with a view to the determination of the question at issue.